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June 01, 2018 | Website Design

Hitting Warp Speed With Figma

A little over a year ago we switched to Figma for designing and iterating our sites. Let’s rephrase: a little over a year ago our design process got a long overdue kick in the a-hem, and we haven’t looked back since.

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April 05, 2018 | Website Design

ADSI: Helping a Powerful Local Producer Meet Their Digital Potential

Allen Datagraph Systems, Inc. has been pumping out high-quality, producer-ready digital printers, signmakers, measurement and templating tools for the better part of two decades, with plenty of praise for the capability of their range of machines. But with a website in need of some love and a brand looking for some more solid footing, ADSI turned to Altos to bring the company’s digital presence up to speed with industry expectations.

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March 27, 2018 | Website Design

Building A New Site for COAST: Pulling Out All The Stops

When it comes to public transport, finding your way to where you need to get should be simple and uncomplicated. For the team at the Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation, or COAST, this means helping those who ride the bus find get to their destination seamlessly. But by late 2017, it became clear that they needed a new website to help riders navigate easier in an increasingly digital world - and they picked Altos to help make it happen.

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June 29, 2017 | Website Design

Sliders Suck

Let's consider the carousel: unless you’re still young enough to be picked up and perched onto one of the horses, you’re only on it because someone else is making you go along for the ride. You’re over it before you even make a full rotation, and that’s exactly how web sliders make people feel. Whether it’s online or IRL, there is nothing “merry” about making people go around in circles.

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February 23, 2017 | Website Design

7 Ways To Make Your UX Stand Out in 2017

It’s easy to be satisfied with a site that “gets the job done.” For a business whose site maybe isn’t their biggest driver of sales, or who doesn’t count on a digital storefront as the natural first point of contact, the thought of putting time and money into a website redesign may seem unnecessary. That’s a perfectly fine assessment - unless, of course, you actually want your business website to continue to grow, succeed, and reach new customers. If so, then improving your user experience isn’t just a great idea - it’s imperative, and failing to do so can leave your site struggling to keep up with the competition.

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